Michael Thoreau Lacey the American mathematician was born on September 26, 1959. He got his Ph.D. in 1987 from the University of Illinois, then, under Walter Philip as the institution’s director. He did his thesis which was in Banach spaces.
Michael Thoreau solved a problem in the law of the iterated logarithm. Also, the American mathematician works were primarily touched at harmonic analysis, probability, and ergodic theory.
From 1989 to 96, Mr. Michael worked at Indiana University where he held a post there. The transform, was the current subject of conjecture by Mr. Alberto Calderon which Mr. Micahel and Christoph Thiele solved back in 1996.
After the study, the duo received the Salem Prize Award. Mr. Michael Lacey has since 1996 been a Mathematics professor at Georgia Institute of Technology. Moving on, he received another fellowship known as Guggenheim Fellowship in 2004.
This was from join work between him and Xiaochun Li.Mr. Michael later in 2012 became the American Mathematics Society’s fellow.
Michael Lacey Career
As earlier on mentioned, he went to work at the Louisiana State University as an assistant professor after he completed his post-graduate studies. In 1988 Mr. Lacey went to University of North Carolina and also became an assistant professor there.
Later he moved to the University of Indiana where he as well became an assistant professor. It is at the Georgia Institute of Technology that Mr. Lacey became a full-time professor.
These were not the only posts that Mr. Michael held as he has appeared as visiting professors in two other universities, like the University of Minnesota as well as Helsinki University. Mr. Lacey has attended uncountable seminars organized by the Wallenberg Academy Fellows.
Apart from being a mathematics professor, Mr. Lacey also loves helping graduates as well as postdoctoral students. This has made him be the students’ favorite mentor. It is thought that more than 10 postdoctoral fellows have passed through Michael Lacey.
Many organizations trust Mr. Michael with grants which go a long way in helping his students. Lacey was VIGRE’s director. The organization is known to support many postgraduate students. Lacey also became the PI on the grant that was awarded by the National Science Foundation.
As a renowned author, Michael has written and published numerous articles on Pure Mathematics as well as carrying out research work touching on Probability, Harmonic Analysis. As well as Weighed Analysis.